Corpus Christi Schools Receive Teaching Tools With MisspellingsThe Corpus Christi school district has spent about $90,000 on teaching materials that turned out to be peppered with misspelled words or were stamped with another school district's logo.
Judge Declares Public School Financing System UnconstitutionalIt's the ruling heard across the state that will affect millions of school children.
State's New Budget Gives Slight Increase For Public EducationRepublican legislative leaders in Texas are calling for modest increases in spending for public schools and the overall budget for 2014-15.
A License To Teach? North Texas Teacher Association Supports ItThere is a new push to require teachers to carry a professional license as well as a certification.
Educators Call For Reversal Of School Budget CutsAdvocates for social services are calling on Texas lawmakers to reverse budget cuts made during the last legislative session as the state shows signs of an early recovery from the recession.
Texas Education Funding Returning To SpotlightSchool districts are now tackling their budgets for next year, and debate over public funding for public schools will likely escalate later this month.
Teachers Union Claims Teacher & Parent Bullying By DISDThe press conference centered on the DISD and the topic was bullying, but it had nothing to do with the problems facing youngsters. The event aired claims of bullying and intimidation of school employees and parents by board trustees.
Survey: Budget Cuts Negatively Affecting Texas StudentsA new survey reveals education budget cuts are significantly affecting Texas students – negatively.
DISD Debating Merging Schools To Save MoneyThe Dallas ISD is looking into shutting down 11 schools and consolidating them with others as a way to cut into a $30 million budget shortfall.